VANCOUVER, BC – 33 Acres Brewing has announced the release of a new seasonal beer created in collaboration with a local urban agriculture and social agency.
Cultivating more than just food, their vision for urban farming includes “provid[ing] employees with a place to learn new skills and an opportunity for self-growth.” Within Vancouver, this system flexes with the “ups and downs of many people with multiple barriers” currently living in the Downtown Eastside. The nature and hours of work at Sole Food may vary, but the dedication to the job and how that is instilled is no different. Show up, work as fast as you are talking, and as a team, work to produce a quality product that can be shared with the community.
33 Acres of Sole is a 4.6% abv pale ale described as “an urban farmed fresh-hop bitter, proudly cultivated in the heart of the city.” It’s available now at the 33 Acres taproom in glasses and growlers, and a portion of sales will be donated directly to Sole Food Street Farms.